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3603 Brambleton Ave Ste A

Roanoke, VA 24018 US

(540) 524-2550

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Best Table = Best Results

Best Table = Best Results

What makes our system so good!

You must get past the body’s muscle guard response in order to truly decompress a disc.  Muscle guarding is the body’s resistance to the pulling forces caused from most decompression tables and traction tables.  If muscle guarding occurs, the pressure in the disc can actually increase (we want to lower the pressure in the disc with decompression).

Unlike most other decompression tables that are available, our table has seven sensors that continually monitor the patient to ensure that the proper treatment is delivered.  


These sensors detect any resistance from a persons muscles during treatment, smoothly adjusting the amount of decompression force according to the feedback the body is giving.  This allows the decompression force to be adjusted within milliseconds, eliminating reflexive muscle guarding and muscle spasm.  Again, you must get past the body’s muscle guard response in order to truly decompress a disc. Traction tables and other decompression tables can’t do this because they can’t adjust what they are doing according to your body’s response.

Our table also uses eight treatment programs that are designed with efficiency and variety. Each program has it's own characteristics and allows for appropriate treatment of any decompression candidate.

Our decompression table utilizes the most current technology and computer interface that’s available in Roanoke, VA. But our system involves much more than just a table; It’s a comprehensive rehabilitation program. We have an entire program, including the following:

  • Pre-decompression therapies
  • The Hill DT decompression table protocol, specifically tailored for your situation
  • Posture rehabilitation and spinal strengthening exercises 
  • Spinal alignments and flexibility restoration
  • Specific muscle and fascia therapies (Active Release and/or Graston Therapy)
  • Nutritional recommendations for restoring the disc

Another thing that is unique about our decompression system is that we can isolate the specific area or individual disc that needs to be healed. Calculable and repeatable, we have a unique opportunity to direct the force to the exact disc we want to target with absolute certainty.

 By contrast, traction is a generalized pull of the entire body.

A picture says a thousand words!

  The type of "decompression"            table used in most offices

      The TRUE decompression table used in our office

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We have a 5 star patient satisfaction rating

  • "Years of pain, all gone! Expect amazing things... this is where you'll find them"
    Pam B.
  • "Dr. Josh and staff are courteous and fun, but most importantly always looking out for my health"
    -Tabby M.
  • "Dr. Josh will work with you until you make a comeback!! Highly recommend"
    -Belinda B.
  • "Because of my treatments, I can exercises without back pain for the first time in 2 years! Dr.Josh is on a higher level than any chiropractor in the area."
    Elicia C.
  • "I have my life back and am pain free thanks to Dr Josh and Peak Performance"
    - Henry K

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